Custom, Do and Don’ts
Entry is restricted to those who profess the Hindu religion.
There is a special dress code. The dress code for men is Dhoti with or without Angavastra. The dress codes for women are Sarees, Dhoties or Pavadas with blouse or other coverings as appropriate to their age. Salvar sets and other modern dresses are not allowed. Young girls below 12 years may wear gowns. No other types of dress should not be worn or taken inside the temple.
The men should fasten their Angavastrams around their waist.
Follow the procedures and timings of the Temple and wait till your turn comes for darshan.
Worshipers should not sit or prostrate or place any articles on the Ottakkal Mandapam.
Umbrellas, slippers, cameras, mobile phones, and any other type of electronic equipments and weapons are not permitted inside the Temple.
Photography is strictly prohibited in the Temple premises.
Respect the customs and usages of the Temple.
Bathe and wear clean clothes before entering the Temple.
Do not smoke or spit inside the Temple.
Do not use or carry pan masala and such other things inside the Temple.
Do not throw away the prasadam and theertham received from the Temple. Handle them with respect.
Do not enter the Temple or Temple premises after consuming liquor and non-vegetarian food.
Do not commit any activities of violence or quarrel inside the Temple.
Carrying much jewellery and money will be at the risk of the bearer.
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